Thailand Travel Guide

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Thailand is just the perfect vacation destination – pretty beaches, super yummy food, amazing people, a super easy transport system, cheap prices, exciting cities, beautiful landscapes, interesting villages and a super interesting inland! The land of smiles is definitely one of my favorite travel destinations! 

During our world trip but also last year during a blogger press trip, I got to know the country quite well. All in all I’ve spent 5 weeks in Thailand and wrote many articles about my time there! As I am often asked about these articles and as it’s sometimes a bit confusing to navigate on blogs, I decided to summarize all my Thailand content in one Thailand Travel Guide blogpost:

Bangkok Travel Guide

Bangkok – for many tourists the starting point of a Thailand trip. Due to its size I really didn’t have any desire to explore the city a lot – at first! Because in the end I loved it there! Yes, it is loud, hot, busy and crazy there but a visit to Bangkok is so worth it!!! I summarized my favorite sightseeing as well as my favorite vegan food spots (including one of my favorite restaurants EVER!!!):

Thailand Travel Guide

Beach time

Of course most travelers choose to spent most of their time at Thailand beaches. I definitely didn’t visit all the important beaches and I am not an expert when it comes to beaches in Thailand. But I summarized my personal experiences: 


Thailand Travel Guide

The North of Thailand

As I mentioned, many people choose to just hang out at the beaches. But Thailand’s countryside has SO much to offer! I love Northern Thailand and spent most of my time there. There are so many national parks, hiking trails, waterfalls, interesting villages and amazing food to discover! I wrote a lot about Northern Thailand:





  • Anyone who has the time should also make a stop in Chiang Rai. Many locals visit the town during their vacation from busy, hot Bangkok as the climate is a bit cooler and the night market is super entertaining (and not as overrun as in Chiang Mai) and I really enjoyed visiting the White Temple of Chiang Rai:


Have you ever been to Thailand? How did you like and and where did you go exactly? And if not, would you like to visit Thailand one day? 


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